Grime Instrumental Produced by LiTTLE M@N,Other instrumentals available at www.nvprecords.co.uk, or check www.myspace.com/nvprecords Keep posted for new releases and albums coming soon ( 1 reviews ) Topics: little man, LiTTLE M@N, nvprecords, lil man, breezebr.bre.litt, littl, little m@N, LiTTLE...
From battlefields of moral perversion, narcotic craving and mental depravation now comes the first full-length meconium release Âparts of bodyÂ flying in like the white pidgeon landing on the very horn of the Horned Almighty to take a dump on his goaty forehead. This is the 9-piece tale of the battle that will never be won nor fought for no reason. This is meconium sharing with the younglings around the bonfire his adventures of turning war into sex and sex into love and love into small... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Drum and Bass, Grime
A wonderful EP of beautiful droning ambience, Kikapu's final release of the year 2003 is proudly presented from net.label star Introspective. Starting off with a prelude of sorts, concering the current state of world affairs, the EP slowly winds its way through minimal atmospherics on a course destined for ambient brilliance. A perfect cap to a great year, everyone please enjoy these tracks from Introspective. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Electronic
Four deep digital dub roots tracks here on our first JAHTARI EP! Prepare for 18 mins full of speaker-shaking basslines, space-age sounds and general delay mayhem of bitcrushing deepness in a room between the CPU, SonicFiction and Rastafari! The EP starts off with 'ROOTS MATRIX', a constantly tranforming dub of the classic 'Drum Song' riddim. 'THC 1138' is a haunting piece based on the digital version of 'Fade Away', driven by a bone-dry bassline and SciFi-movie sound bits. Following up is 'BOMB... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Digital Laptop Reggae
Martsman's first release on plainaudio.com has mad potential. "Genom"'s funk-fueled new school beats are well combined with dread bass and spiralling delay fx. Martsman proves again that he is one of a few gifted producers to successfully connect the future to the past of drum'n'bass within just one track. "Let the bass kick..." "Antifunny" is exactly what the name suggests: a serious badass 80ies funk monster of a track with blazing fx and unexpected breakdowns.... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: drum'n'bass, dubstep, newschool, funk, amen, roller
Various Electronic Sounds. Music that can be described as chillout // ambient. Subtle synthetic melodies, hard to describe sounds reverberating with deep and dark echo, monotonous rhythm... Harmony of sounds without chaos... Order, fluctuation... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, Electronic, Ambient Techno, Down beat / Chill, Cinematic Ambients Source: www.copter.vdi.pl
The wind is blowing from a very different direction with Phonocake's latest release: Disrupt transfers classic reggae music to contemporary media, thus producing reggae with the help of digital tools - laptop dub plates, so to speak. You could call the sounds developing from that mixture spherically electronic. All four tracks are very dubby, three of them are constructed on traditional riddims, as is usual - and even essential - in reggae music. The influences of digital elements turn the... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Reggae, netlabel, phonocake, electronic, idm, Electronica Source: release page @ phonocake
The line between electronica and outright musical experimentation blurs more on a daily basis. Richard D. James and Kid 606 are hailed as pop/underground culture heroes, bringing with them work that in the past would have been at home only in the most academic or at least iconoclastic setting. The up and coming Headphone Science mines this vein, drawing from the before mentioned artists as well as John Cage, Lee Perry, and The Orb in seemingly equal measure. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Electronic Hip-Hop, Experimental, Bleep, Electronic